Conjoined Twins Separated After 17-Hour Surgery At Stanford HospitalConjoined twins were successfully separated after a 17-hour surgery at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Tuesday.
Naomi Judd Reveals 'Severe Depression' DiagnosisIn an interview Tuesday morning, she talks about dealing her battle with severe depression...
Conjoined Twins Being Separated In 18+ Hour Surgery At Stanford HospitalConjoined twins from the Sacramento area are undergoing separation surgery at Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Tuesday.
California's Booming Mosquito Population Puts Public At Increasing RiskIf you think you’re seeing more mosquitoes these days, you’re right. A new study from UC Santa Cruz shows the mosquito population in our state is growing at an astonishing rate.
Lady Gaga Says She Suffers From PTSD"I’ve never told anyone that before, so here we are," Gaga said.
New Uniforms Leave American Airlines Employees Itching For ReliefAbout 1,600 American Airlines employees complained they were getting headaches and rashes from the wool fabric.
'Magic Mushroom' Trip May Provide Cancer Patients Medical, Psychological BoostTwo new studies suggest psychedelic mushrooms may be key to helping ease anxiety and depression for cancer patients.
Dungeness Crab Season To Open Between Point Reyes, Salt PointA 50-mile section of coastal waters off the North Bay will open to commercial crab fishing on Saturday.
Major League Baseball Bans Smokeless Tobacco Use By Rookies That visible circle in the back pockets of big leaguers — typically a sure sign of smokeless tobacco — might be far less common next season.
Loretta Lynn Smokes Weed For The First Time"I got glaucoma and they gave me one of these cigarettes. I took one smoke off of it and it hit me right here in the chest. I like to have died! Glaucoma is just going to have to take over," she said.
Burlingame Teenager Leads Cancer Research Group
Filthy Hospital Computer Keyboards Could Be DeadlyFilthy computer keyboards may just be an annoying fact of life for many, but for hospital workers and patients, they can be deadly.